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Gooty saphire tree tarantula

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janelle tunier

on 14 January 2013

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How the Gooty spider gets its prey Unlike other spider, the Gooty Sapphire doesn’t rely on their web to catch their insect prey. They prefer hunting for insects, which they subdue with a paralyzing bite. Maybe it is just me but the idea of a tarantula hunting and paralyzing their prey just creeps me out. The Gooty spider is typically found in southern India More specifically, you can find this tarantula in the holes of tall trees where they create their funnel webs. Where can you find this spider why are the Gooty spider going extinct and other spider are not The venom of the sapphire spider If the Gooty spider are capable of paralyzing insects, are they capable of hurting humans? Although, there have been no deaths as a result of a Gooty Sapphire bite, but you do not want to be on the bad side of this spider though. Their venom is will typically cause instant and intense pain to their victim. Of course these spiders aren’t hunting humans but they are quick and will defend themselves if cornered. My advice would be not to corner one of these spider. Gooty sapphire ornamental tree spider what can human do to help We can help save these spiders by keeping them as a pet to not lets them get hurt or die until old age. Also we can give them to a zoo so they can help to. If we all help we can save this awesome Gooty sapphire ornamental tree spider. Resources http://www.wild-facts.com/tag/gooty-sapphire-ornamental-tree-spider/ Google images youtube.com http://endangeredspecieshelp.weebly.com/the-endangered-times.html food and feeding The Gooty really likes to eat flying insects such as moths, they will also feed on crickets, grasshoppers, and other large insects and will even feed on an small mouses. The Gooty spider is going extinct because Habitat loss. Due to timber operations, and fire wooding this spider has been degraded because he has no home. There is a decline in the of habitat for these spiders.
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